I will be traveling once again to São Paulo near the end of January 2015 where I will be teaching an open enrollment course on Pragmatic Test Driven Development (TDD) and Refactoring Jan 28th and 29th. I will be presenting an enhanced 2-day version focusing on the primary points for Clean Code, Refactoring and TDD. More details can be found here:
If anyone you know might be interested could you please forward them to the above link. There is limited enrollment as I really work on keeping it focused. I’d really appreciate it if you can pass this on to any of your colleagues.
Also if you have time to get together and talk while I’m in São Paulo, please let me know. I always enjoy Brazil and as it will be very cold in Illinois during January I am looking forward to going south :-)!
The First Israel Conference on Software Architecture asked me to make the trip to talk about Taming Big Balls of Mud and Sustaining Architecture. I agreed and am now thoroughly enjoying myself of the culture, geography, and company the conference provides. I’ll also be teaching a tutorial on Ultimate Agility, Letting your Users do your work (AOMs) as part of the conference
Israel is another country on my travel belt. I’ve been prior to this trip, but it’s been a while. I’m really looking forward to catching some of the country aside from the business aspect. I have a few local friends I will be catching up with such as Atzmon, Lior, and David. Of course, the conference provides a great opportunity to meet new developers and enthusiasts, something I really enjoy.
The view from my hotel is incredible.
In addition to the talk on Big Balls of Mud: Sustaining Architecture I’ll be hosting a tutorial entitled “The Adaptive Object-Model Architecture. Ultimate Agility: Let Your Users Do Your Work!”